It was our first time in Copenhagen. Since then, we visit the city at least a few times a year. We got to love this place, its atmosphere, people, architecture and... Mikkeller beer. Aga and Michael invited us during the long June days, when the Sun almost never sets. Their photo shoot started very early at a great Amager beach, catching the first sun rays. The beach and the Kastrup Sea Baths became one of our favorite spots. Located in the Øresund Sound, it has great views of the Saltholm Island and Sweden. This is truly an architectural pearl and a photographic magical place, especially during the early hours of sunrise, when the light comes through the cracks in the wood panels, and there is nobody at the beach.
Then, we rushed to the city for breakfast, delicious coffee and carrot cake. The streets of Copenhagen in the center are beautifully colorful and they hide many original places. We have spent the whole day strolling, discovering new spots, passing by hundreds of bikes and finally enjoying yummy wine at the boat cruise. Michael spontaneously got this idea, seeing possibility of renting a boat, and it was a great decision. Not only did we have a chance to make some unusual shots but also to see Copenhagen from a different perspective. We adore when you invite us to discover new places together, because during such trips we can catch the most unexpected moments, a spectrum of joyful emotions and document the most natural moments. Despite the fact, that Aga and Michael live in Copenhagen, we have taken them to places they have not been so far, like colorful small houses and gardens behind the big buildings in Nyhavn. The wedding photo shoot finished at the place where we had started - at the Amager beach, this time catching the sunset and sea winds.
Aga and Michael!!! Thank you for choosing us and inviting to your world. It is so great, we became friends and now we travel together to places, we have never been before.
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